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RESPECTFULLY, PLEASE SEND ALL CORRECTIONS WITH THE EDIT BUTTON ON THE PERSON'S SITE AND USE THE EDIT BUTTON-SUGGEST A CORRECTION FEATURE. THANKS.|
And at this point in time, regretfully, I will only claim requests for (Old) Tacoma Cemetery (not New Tacoma).
If you find any errors, duplications or bad photos (covered with debris or moss) that I have taken, please let me know and I will do what is appropriate. Some memorials don't photograph well but I try to get the best shot of them.
My family tree includes the Ritchey, Temperley, Molinder and Stenborg lines and has expanded from there to include to many to mention here. The Ritchey history begins with Memorial 58729129. At this point the Temperley line begins with Memorial 18962125 but hopefully more to come. And the Molinder history begins with 66797509. If anyone has any additional information about these lines, please feel free to contact me.
If you are a relative of any of the names I have entered other than my own family line and would like them transferred to you for maintenance, make the request through the EDIT button on their site then the Suggest A Correction link and copy your site ID into the message as it makes it much easier for me to then transfer.
Thank you....and enjoy this addicting site.
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|jan de Wilde||Photo: 1st LT Joe B. Ayers|
Currently am I working on a complete website about the soldiers buried and mentioned on the Wall of Missing at the US Military Cemetery Margraten.
I would like to ask you if you pleasen give e your permission to use the photo on my website.
I also would like to ask you when you give your permission if I may add your name to it.
Please let me known something at: email@example.com
|So Little Time||RE: Alm|
That's always the way. I did see where they tried 3 times to deliver and it just wasn't the right person.
|Liane||Old Tacoma question|
Were you working on sections alongside Jennifer and Chad? Am curious to know what sections you have done so I can mark it on the map I have for the cemetary.
Seeing the message from JD below. If cremains were returned to the funeral home, then they most likely have them in a special room for that specifically. As I understand it Heaven of Rest has one that was mentioned in the paper a few years back. Sadly most of the cremains were WWII vets.
Added by Liane on Feb 07, 2014 8:33 PM
|JD||RE: Oh knowledgeable one...|
as a matter of fact I do happen to recognize it..
Return(ed) to funeral home.
Probably not the best for a location on a memorial... Usually see RTF - Return(ed) to Family
It may show up in some additional information on a memorial, usually something someone would pick up by going through funeral home records...
the cremains were most likely put in a cemetery, or returned to the family, but if the memorial does not have a location, it is possible the creator of the memorial did not find that info...
I have seen the RTFH and RTF a couple of times, usually when I am looking at records from somewhere.
Added by JD on Jan 05, 2014 3:29 PM
|Sherry Wilson||RE: Followup - Oscar Carpenter's wife|
Awesome - thanks so much.
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